Microsoft is facing an uphill battle to stay relevant on the web, but a recent update to its search engine might help.
The search engine is getting some changes that will allow it to make better use of the data it already has about users.
In a blog post, Microsoft announced the changes, which are aimed at making search more relevant to users.
The changes include a new search feature that makes it easier for users to narrow their search results to a subset of results that match a query.
The change also makes it possible to search for specific keywords that match the query.
That way, if you want to find a list of tweets from someone, you can go to their Twitter account and look at their tweets to see if they have tweeted the same thing in the past.
In the new version of the search engine, the company says it’s adding a new feature that “allows you to search in the context of the last 60 seconds of their tweets.”
For example, a tweet from someone who tweets once a week and posts about the latest technology news might become a search term if it’s in their tweets over the past 60 seconds.
Microsoft says it expects to roll out the new search option to the desktop and mobile versions of Bing, Outlook, and OneDrive in the next few weeks.
The company says the feature is a part of Bing’s overall search strategy to better understand the way people use the search tool.
It also says it will continue to use the “Best” algorithm in its search results for the foreseeable future.
The new feature comes just months after Microsoft released its first search tool, Bing Search, which was designed to help users narrow their searches to a specific subset of relevant results.
The “Best of Bing” algorithm, which Microsoft says is designed to “maximize the power of Bing,” is designed by Bing’s artificial intelligence technology to prioritize the content in your search results.
Microsoft also says that the new Bing Search feature can make it easier to find information on the Web, such as videos and books, but also to get a sense of how much people are searching.
The goal is to provide more relevant results that users can use in a meaningful way, Microsoft says.
Google’s search engine can be used to help narrow the results for a wide range of topics, but it can also be used by companies like Amazon and eBay to deliver better offers to its customers.
The update to Bing’s search feature comes as Microsoft is fighting against an attack that’s been targeting Google and other search engines since June.
The attacks, which have targeted the search engines and websites of several prominent U.S. news organizations, are aimed not just at Google, but to the search products of Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, and Microsoft’s own Bing search engine.
The attack is known as “DosCast,” which stands for Domain Name System (DNS) overloading.
The attackers are using DNS spoofing to spoof the IP addresses of web sites and other sites.
The spoofing can allow the attackers to target specific sites or even specific domain names in an attempt to overwhelm a company’s systems with traffic.
The DDoS attack has also affected Microsoft’s Bing search tool and Microsoft Bing Mobile.
Google has been working to fix the problem and recently announced that it would add the DDoS protection feature to the Google search feature in an update coming to Bing Search.
In April, Google said it was deploying DNS spoofers to block the attacks on its search tools.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the attack was a “huge threat” for Google and its partners and that Google is “working hard to address it.”
In June, Google updated its search search product to remove the DNS spoofed DNS address from the default search result, as well as from search results displayed on the “All Sites” page of the site.
Google also announced that Google Search will also automatically block any traffic that attempts to change the IP address of a website or domain.